The controversial movie, "Five Broken Cameras", will be made available to teachers who want to screen the anti-Israel movie to their students, the Culture Committee of the Ministry of Education told Galei Tzahal (Army Radio). The movie will be made available to any teacher who wants to bring it into his classroom.
The film, which was made by Emad Burnat and Guy Davidi, describes the resistance of the residents of Bil'in for the (security) fence. The film was also nominated at the last Oscars. The film is based on material photographed by Burnat, who is a Palestinian Arab who resides in Bil'in, between the years 2005-2010. In it he describes the struggle by the villagers, who claim some of their land was confiscated for the sake of building the security fence.